On November 30 the UEFA Champions League Trophy Tour will kick off with the next generation Nissan Juke acting as transport for the trophy as it visits six dealerships around the UK.
The new Nissan Juke will be the star attraction as Nissan marks its sixth season as a leading UEFA Champions League partner by bringing a new and innovative UEFA Champions League Trophy Tour to fans.
The tour will start at Macklin Motors Glasgow Central on Saturday. It then heads to Chorley Preston on December 3, before West Way Manchester on the 4th, and Cars2 Huddersfield on the 5th. On Saturday 7, the trophy visits Glyn Hopkin St Albans Nissan with ex-Chelsea star Jose Bosingwa in attendance.
From there the trophy will attend the Champions League match between Chelsea and Lille at Stamford Bridge on December 10, before its final dealership appearance at Motorline Reading on December 14.
Nic Verneuil, Marketing Director at Nissan Motor (GB) said: “The Trophy Tour is a fantastic opportunity for fans to get close to some of their heroes.
“As official automotive partner, it’s great to see the next generation Nissan Juke connecting football fans through our latest technology to their best experience of the UEFA Champions League.”
The trophy tour can be visited at:
Glasgow Central, Saturday 30th November
Preston, Tuesday 3rd December
Manchester, Wednesday 4th December
Huddersfield, Thursday 5th December
St Albans, Saturday 7th December
Reading, Saturday 14th December
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Date Posted: November 29, 2019